Sperm bank for vain people created

A new, virtual sperm and egg bank has been created, enabling really, really shallow people to breed.

Is Facebook working on God 2.0?

Judging by its marketing, the Internet's most popular site is curing all ills and helping mankind achieve a state of enlightenment, naked on the Internet.

IBM supercomputer to compete in Jeopardy

One wonders how long most human contestants spend practising for an appearance on the quiz show Jeopardy!. It's probably not as long as IBM's Watson supercomputer, which is finally ready to play after three years' hard work.

AARP survey reveals geezer love of social networking

There is an organization devoted to people who are old. They have wealth and power, and they own the Internets. OMG!

5 things people without an iPhone 4 can do

If you don't have one of Apple's golden tickets on pre-order you have other things you can do.

Functioning lightsaber goes on sale

In official censuses over the last few years, hundreds of thousands of people have listed their religion as Jedi - indeed, it's the second-largest religious affiliation in New Zealand.

Google crashes and burns with home page shakeup

When users went to Google.com this morning, something looked a bit different - quite a bit different in fact - causing a full-scale outrage like never before.

Gamers attempt mass breakout from Chinese rehab clinic

Internet addicts at a Chinese rehab clinic have been recaptured after a mass breakout in which they tied their instructor to his bed.

Man swipes police website to complain about speed cameras

A Tennessee man found the perfect revenge after he was given a speeding ticket - he bought the local police department's website, and used it to complain.

Gizmodo not invited to WWDC keynote. Why, oh, why?

Maybe it's because they'd seen the future and they didn't feel like they were going to need shades.

5 Don't Cares At Apple's WWDC

The hype surrounding Apple's WorldWide developer Confernce kick-off today is overwhelming. Here's 5 reasons not to care.

Knot theorem could have implications for DNA as well as tangled flex

A mass experiment begins today to test a possible solution to one of life's recurring problems: the way headphone cords, electrical cables and the like get themselves into a tangled knot the minute your back is turned.

Breaking on Google: First iPhone 4G Case

What do you want me to say? I have nothing going on today. Nothing. This was featured on Google News today. Right at the top. I went for it. You go for it, too. Sucks to be me, huh?

11 - is this the world's best Foosball table?

The beautiful game is played on millions of table tops around the world. The players are no beauties, but this table is hot.

The Zombie Code: Editor cashes in on invasion

 One of our own has finally found a useful outlet for the nihilism that infects the writing pool here.

Tomorrow is World Environment Day: BP vomits

United Nations' WED 2010 promises activities around the globe. Fish drink crude oil aperitifs at party.

Google tests Twitter integration in ads

Baboons with MBAs who can type 140 characters a minute jump to front of employment line.

Paternity order served via Facebook

There really is very little need for real life meeting any more. You can meet a man on Facebook, get dumped on Facebook... and serve the order for a paternity test on Facebook.

Social networking mobile app usage explodes by 240%

There are nearly two-and-a-half times as many people using mobile Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace apps than there were last year, confirming it as the dominatingly largest growth area for the industry.

People of Ohio try to leave state - very slowly!

Barberton v. Jenney determines cops' visual estimation of speed is sufficient evidence of a speeding violation.